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And in the final battle, when the feminine principle is pitted against the masculine, I fancy we shall know how to win the day.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
The vesicles dry gradually, and between the fourteenth and twentieth days the scab falls off, leaving a pitted scar.
Willis was represented by the prince's party as a charlatan, and Warren was pitted against him as the doctor of the opposition.
They were there to fight for France, but their minds could not grasp the significance of the enemy against whom they were pitted.
PRIVATE PEATHAROLD R. PEAT
As he spoke, Jack brought his Winchester to a level and sighted carefully at the pitted head of the serpent.
TWO BOYS IN WYOMINGEDWARD S. ELLIS
His generosity does not end here: he declares that should she recover he will marry her—if she be not too badly pitted.
Water was shallow (8-12 inches) and the bottom consisted of the pitted apron or of fine gravel.
Instead he saw a girl with good and kind eyes, whose disfigurements were that her face was pitted and her hair was bushy.
Its substance is well preserved; the surface was once highly polished, but now is pitted by erosion and discolored by age.
THE SWASTIKATHOMAS WILSON
The boulders were all weathered a bright red and were much pitted where ferruginous minerals were leached out.

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